Can’t Fix Stupid: Guam Could Tip Over?

Posted April 1st, 2010 by Iron Mike

Why you can’t fix stupid – Georgia Democrat Congressman Hank Johnson can’t do simple math, – worries that Guam might tip over.  And he’s making your laws!!  [Caution:  short but painful to watch.]

  

Worried Hank

This is the unintended consequence of 40+ years of Affirmative Action:  From Hank’s congressional website bio: 

Prior to his election to Congress, Rep. Johnson served twelve (12) years as a DeKalb County magistrate judge, five (5) years as a county commissioner and three (3) years as chair of the DeKalb County Budget Committee.  

Rep. Johnson practiced civil and criminal law in DeKalb County for twenty-seven (27) years. A staunch supporter of public education, he is a graduate of  the District of Columbia Public Schools, Clark College in Atlanta and the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University. Rep. Johnson is married to Attorney Mereda Davis Johnson and has two children.

Please note the two children.  This genius lawmaker has actually bred. 

Don’t even call me a racist!  Most high school grads [maybe not from the DC public schools] can multiply 24 x 7.   And most understand that islands don’t tip over.  Makes you wonder how many people languishing in Georgia prisons were defended in court by this, this, this . . .   God help our Young Republic!

    /s/  Iron Mike
   Old Soldier, – Still Good for Parts!

4 Responses to “Can’t Fix Stupid: Guam Could Tip Over?”

  1. asusue

    Is this an April Fool joke?!

  2. Ando

    What a f*#king moron!

  3. B Howell

    No, it is not a joke. Michael Graham, WTKK, 96.9,FM< has had a discussion on this topic for the past hour. I think he reads RR.

    I believe, also, the the congressman is a moron. “A Biden moron.”

  4. Flick

    8000 Marines + families-25,000 people. Hmmm, that IS a LOT of WEIGHT…

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